not having a favourable opinion: unimpressed by his arguments
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How to use unimpressed in a sentence
Then, after their brief, indulgent stare, the two of them took off down the street, clearly unimpressed.
His students seem unimpressed that he has written multiple books; when they learn that he appeared on The Colbert Report.A Teacher Returns to the Classroom and Gets Schooled | Nick Romeo | September 1, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
My mom stands there, unimpressed by my attempt at persuasion.
Investors appeared unimpressed with the deal, sending Facebook shares down 3.7 percent in premarket trading.Facebook’s ‘Desperate’ $19 Billion Gamble on WhatsApp | CNBC | February 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
He was unimpressed, taking occasion to publicly rebuke Magomed Bilalov for ramping up costs and missing deadlines.
Will you pardon the foregoing as the enthusiasm of a youthful mind, yet not altogether unimpressed by the dictates of prudence?The Expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, Volume II (of 3) | Elliott Coues
Sara catalogued him as quickly as I did, and seemed unimpressed.Sense from Thought Divide | Mark Irvin Clifton
Curiously enough, and this shows the disadvantage of a monastic seclusion from the world, the nuns remained unimpressed.Hyacinth | George A. Birmingham
Every ground on which I had built the persuasion that Pleyel was not unimpressed in my favor, appeared to vanish.Wieland; or The Transformation | Charles Brockden Brown
The nations cited by Winona that had thrived and grown strong on the produce of the fields left him unimpressed.The Wrong Twin | Harry Leon Wilson